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CoMaP: A Cooperative Overlay-Based Mashup Platform

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CoMaP: A Cooperative Overlay-Based Mashup Platform
Recently, mashups have emerged as an important class of Web 2.0 collaborative applications. Mashups can be conceived as personalized Web services which aggregate and manipulate data from multiple, geographically-distributed Web sources. Mashups, while enhancing personalization, bring up new scalability and performance challenges. The fact that most existing mashup platforms are centralized further exacerbates the scalability challenges. Towards addressing these challenges, in this paper, we present the design, implementation, and evaluation of CoMaP – a cooperative information system for mashup execution. The design of CoMaP is characterized by a scalable architecture with multiple cooperative nodes distributed across the Internet and possibly multiple controllers which plan and coordinate mashup execution. In our architecture, an individual mashup can be executed at several collaborative nodes with each node executing part of the mashup. CoMaP includes a unique mashup deployment sch...
Osama Al-Haj Hassan, Lakshmish Ramaswamy, John A.
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Type Journal
Year 2010
Where OTM
Authors Osama Al-Haj Hassan, Lakshmish Ramaswamy, John A. Miller
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